Dear Freescale community,
I'm analyzing the actual commercial MCUs that integrate ZigBee communication in order to use the best solution in our system. It's characterized by a deep network topology: a controller, a series of daisy chained (or a mesh of) routers and about 30 end-points for each router. What's the maximum number of hops MKW2xDxxx microcontrollers can handle to route the end-point data to the controller and how many devices can be connected to the network? We don't have low latency requirements.
Thanks for the hints.